Rewinding Football High Live: Scores, updates from Round 3 of the 2022 HS football playoffs –

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Round 3 of the 2022 high school football playoffs concludes tonight.
The Alabama Independent School Association crowned its champions Thursday in Montgomery.
Tonight we find out the 7A finalists and the 1A-6A semifinalists in the AHSAA. One team, Charles Henderson in Class 5A, punched its ticket to the semifinals Thursday night.
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The Class 7A semifinals will be decided in a pair of rematches. In the north, Hoover and Thompson face off for the sixth straight year in the semis. The Bucs and Warriors have combined to win 6 of the 8 Class 7A state titles. In the south, it’s Auburn and Central-Phenix City for the fourth straight time. Hoover and Central won the regular-season meetings in 2022. The winners play Nov. 30 in Auburn as the Super 7 kicks off.
Check back frequently tonight for scores, updates and highlights as the games are ongoing. As the night winds down, we will have all the final scores and the pairings for next week.
10:45 PM, Semifinal pairings:
Saraland (12-1) at Theodore (13-0)
Mountain Brook (11-2) at Muscle Shoals (11-2)
Charles Henderson (11-1) at Faith Academy (11-2)
Pleasant Grove (11-1) at Ramsay (11-2)
Andalusia (12-1) at Montgomery Catholic (13-0)
Oneonta (11-1) at Cherokee Co. (11-2)
St. James (11-2) at Mobile Christian (6-7)
Sylvania (10-3) at Piedmont (11-2)
Highland Home (12-1) at B.B. Comer (11-2)
Pisgah (11-2) at Fyffe (13-0)
Leroy (11-1) at Millry (12-1)
Coosa Chr. (9-4) at Pickens Co. (10-3)
(at Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn)
Thompson (10-3) vs. Auburn (12-1), 7 p.m. Nov. 30
10:26 PM, All the scores from tonight:
Auburn 14, Central-Phenix City 13
Thompson 40, Hoover 10
Mountain Brook 49, Hartselle 30
Muscle Shoals 38, Gardendale 7
Saraland 57, Homewood 56 (OT)
Theodore 28, St. Paul’s 0
Charles Henderson 19, UMS-Wright 16 (Thursday)
Faith-Mobile 20, Gulf Shores 14
Pleasant Grove 41, Arab 38 (2OT)
Ramsay 27, Leeds 19
Andalusia 35, Anniston 28
Montgomery Catholic 21, Handley 14
Cherokee County 35, Randolph 21
Oneonta 62, Deshler 20
Mobile Christian 27, Pike County 7
Piedmont 27, Gordo 14
St. James 40, Thomasville 15
Sylvania 27, Geraldine 7
B.B. Comer 28, Reeltown 22
Fyffe 35, Tuscaloosa Academy 7
Highland Home 19, Clarke County 0
Pisgah 26, Aliceville 22
Coosa Christian 46, Lynn 29
Leroy 42, Brantley 14
Millry 41, Sweet Water 6
Pickens County 40, Marion County 14
10:09 PM, Saraland makes the stop to stay alive: The Spartans beat Homewood 57-56 in overtime, stopping Patriots QB Woods Ray on a 2-point conversion try inside the 1-yard line. What a game!
10:06 PM, Unbelievable things for $400, Alex: Andalusia rallies from a 21-0 deficit, beats Anniston 35-28 on a punt return TD with 23 seconds left in the game. Andalusia faces rematch with Montgomery Catholic in the semifinals.
Homewood outscored Saraland 29-6 in last 4:30 to force OT.
10:01 PM, Unbelievable things for $200, Alex: Homewood has rallied to tie Saraland and send the game to overtime at 50-all. Fifty each. In regulation. Wow.
Thompson 40, Hoover 10 Final
9:42 PM, Thompson back in the finals again: The Warriors whipped Hoover 40-10 to earn a berth in the Class 7A state championship game for the fifth straight year. It was also the fifth consecutive win over the Bucs in the semifinals.
The Warriors will face Auburn, 14-13 winners over Central-Phenix City.
Homewood has cut Saraland’s lead to 50-42 with 2:15 left in the game.
Arab held off Pleasant Grove
More finals:
Millry 41, Sweet Water 6
Ramsay 26, Leeds 19
Piedmont 27, Gordo 14
Mobile Christian 27, Pike County 7
Coosa Christian 46, Lynn 29
Fyffe 35, Tuscaloosa Academy 7
Pisgah 26, Aliceville 22
9:33 PM, Not bad for a DB subbing for an RB: Theodore’s Will James scored three TDs in the Bobcats’ 28-0 win over St. Paul’s. James is normally a defensive back for Theodore, but he was pressed into service to give Brayden Jenkins some extra time to nurse some bumps and bruises. James scored on runs of 67, 13 and 62 yards.
Andalusia has rallied to tie Anniston at 21-all with about 7 minutes left.
Saraland leads Homewood 50-36 with just over 3 minutes left.
Montgomery Catholic leads Handley 19-14 with less than 3 minutes to go.
Pleasant Grove and Arab are in overtime at 28-all.
9:24 PM, More finals and updates: Hartselle finally got a stop on Mountain Brook, forcing a fumble at the Spartans’ 23-yard line. Ri Fletcher scored with 1:56 left on a 27-yard reception from Jack Smith. Mountain Brook (11-2) wins 49-30 over the Tigers (12-1). The Spartans will play Muscle Shoals, who beat Gardendale 38-7.
Millry has recovered a sixth fumble on the night and leads Sweet Water 27-6 with 10:29 left in the game.
Mobile Christian 27, Pike County 0 (fourth quarter)
Thompson 40, Hoover 10 (4:33 left)
Mobile Christian 27, Pike County 0 (5:48 left)
Highland Home 19, Clarke County 0 (final)
Ramsay 27, Leeds 19 (Jermaine Foy with a pick-6 for the Rams, 2:35 left)
B.B. Comer 28, Reeltown 22 (final)
9:07 PM, Mountain Brook is unstoppable, tonight: The Spartans answers a Hartselle score – again – with a short Craig Sanderson TD catch with 5:24 left in the game and Mountain Brook leads 49-23. Hartselle came into the game on a 12-game winning streak. The Spartans have scored on all seven offensive possessions.
Ramsay takes a 20-19 lead over Leeds at Legion Field with a 5-yard run by junior Ashton Ashford with 8:02 left in the game.
More scores:
Leroy 42, Brantley 14 (final)
Cherokee County 35, Randolph 21 (final)
Central-Phenix City 13, Auburn 7 (headed into the fourth)
Oneonta 62, Deshler 21 (4:46 left in the game)
Fyffe 35, Tuscaloosa Academy 7
Saraland 44, Homewood 28 (headed into fourth)
St. James 40, Thomasville 15 (final)
9:01 PM, Arab back in it: Arab has rallied from a 28-14 halftime deficit to tie the game with 8:26 left in the ballgame.
More: Hartselle scores with 9:57 left in the game to narrow the Mountain Brook lead to 42-23.
Muscle Shoals 31, Gardendale 7 (end of third)
Cherokee County 35, Randolph 21 (5:41 left)
Thompson 33, Hoover 10 (end of third quarter)
Leeds 19, Ramsay 14 (10:32 left)
Saraland 44, Homewood 28
Oneonta 48, Deshler 14 (end of third)
8:55 PM, Thompson defense playing lights out: The Warriors lead 26-10 at the Hoover Met after getting a safety, but losing a fumble on the free kick inside their 5. Hoover went backwards and kicked a field goal on fourth-and-15.
John Colvin throws 7 yards to Craig Sanderson for a score to put Mountain Brook up 42-17 over Hartselle with 1:28 left in the third. Mountain Brook has scored on all six possessions as we head into the fourth quarter.
More scores:
Fyffe 28, Tuscaloosa Academy 7 (end of third quarter)
Mobile Christian 20, Pike County 0
Thompson 26, Hoover 7 (Warriors get a safety)
Leroy 28, Brantley 14 (7 minutes left)
Central-Phenix City 13, Auburn 7 (Karmello English TD catch, 4:57 left in third)
8:38 PM, Gamble ramble, again: Mountain Brook junior running back Cole Gamble answered a Crawford Lang 27-yard field goal with a 30-yard TD dash, capping an 80-yard drive on the Spartans’ first possession of the second half. It’s Gamble’s fourth touchdown of the night. Mountain Brook is up 35-17 with 6:10 left in the third period.
More scores:
Leeds 19, Ramsay 7 (8:44 left in the third)
Cherokee County 28, Randolph 21
St. James 33, Thomasville 8 (3:36 in third)
Thompson 24, Hoover 7 (Bucs have turned it over four times, but score on a 76-yard TD pass)
Theodore 28, St. Paul’s 0 (5:41 left in the third)
Muscle Shoals 31, Gardendale 7
Fyffe 28, Tuscaloosa Academy 7
Faith’s Dorian Smith returns a punt 55 yards for a TD. Rams within 14-12 of Gulf Shores
8:25 PM, Updated scores: Gulf Shores 14, Faith Academy 12
Gordo 7, Piedmont 0 (half)
Pleasant Grove 28, Arab 14 (half)
Pisgah 20, Aliceville 8 (half)
Leroy 28, Brantley 7 (third quarter)
Saraland 37, Homewood 14 (half)
Millry 13, Sweet Water 6 (half)
Coosa Christian 37, Lynn 21 (2nd quarter)
Oneonta 41, Deshler 7 (half)
Thompson 24, Hoover 0 | :19 2Q | CB Anquon Fegans reads the route and picks off the Hoover pass for a 65-yard TD return. Bucs were driving, but it has been all Thompson in 1st half. Fegens best in his 2025 class. He has a few pick 6s this season.@FegansAnquon @WARRIORNATION20
8:04 PM, Big play for the Warriors: Thompson got a 64-yard pick-6 from Anquon Feagans to push Thompson to a 24-0 lead over Hoover at the half.
More scores:
Saraland 34, Homewood 14
Oneonta 34, Deshler 7 (13 seconds left in the half)
B.B. Comer 14, Reeltown 14
Cherokee County 21, Randolph 14 (half)
Sylvania 7, Geraldine 0 (half)
Fyffe 21, Tuscaloosa Academy 7 (half)
Mobile Christian 7, Pike County 0 (half)
Pleasant Grove 28, Arab 14
Auburn 7, Central-Phenix City 6 (half)
Gulf Shores 14, Faith Academy 6 (half)
Leeds 16, Ramsay 7 (half)
Cole Woods on the naked bootleg converts on 4th down with an 8yd TD run! PAT by @treystoddard04 is good. @Muscle_ShoalsFB leads @GdaleHSFootball 24-7 with 35 sec left in the half. @AL6AFootball @AHSAAUpdates @FridayScores
7:55 PM, Update: Auburn has a 7-0 lead over Central-Phenix City in the second period.
Hartselle drives 61 yards for a score – a short Jack Smith to Eli Tidwell pass – with 17 seconds left in the half. It’s Mountain Brook 28-14 at the half.
St. James 20, Thomasville 8 (halftime)
Pisgah 6, Aliceville 0
Muscle Shoals 24, Gardendale 7 (halftime)
Pleasant Grove 14, Arab 0
7:48 PM, Cole Gamble – again: Mountain Brook junior running back Cole Gamble raced 88 yards down the right sideline to put the home team up 28-7 with 3:15 remaining in the first half. The Spartans stopped Hartselle with a sack of QB Jack Smith on its last possession, only the fourth all year suffered by the Tigers.
More scores:
Cherokee County 21, Randolph 14
Saraland 34, Homewood 7
Millry 13, Sweet Water 6
Oneonta 27, Deshler 7
Theodore 21, St. Paul’s 0
7:43 PM, Not a bad beginning: Will James scored on a 67-yard run on his first carry of the year for Class 6A No. 1 Theodore and then scored again on a 13-yard run to put the Bobcats up 14-0 over St. Paul’s.
@GoSaraland has 4 touchdowns. Homewood has one first down on a penalty. Spartans lead 27-0 late first. @BenThomasPreps
7:39 PM, Saraland socking it to the Patriots: The fourth-ranked Spartans are rolling over Homewood 27-0, still in the first quarter.
Auburn and Central-Phenix City are knotted in a scoreless tie after one quarter.
Mountain Brook’s John Colvin hits a wide-open Jackson Beatty to put the Spartans up 21-7 in the second quarter. Hartselle still hasn’t stopped the Spartans’ offense. The Tigers missed a 44-yard field goal late in the first.
Touchdown Raiders! Nic Strong scores again to open the 2nd quarter. Raiders up 14-6 with 11:55 left in the half. #BuiltDifferent #RaiseTheR @RAIDERSonGarth
7:29 PM, Scores: Here are some updates and some new scores from Round 3 of the playoffs:
Randolph 14, Cherokee County 6
Thompson 10, Hoover 0
Muscle Shoals 14, Gardendale 7
Gordo 7, Piedmont 0
Anniston 14, Andalusia 0
Pleasant Grove 14, Arab 0
Tuscaloosa Academy 7, Fyffe 7
Sweet Water 6, Millry 0
B.B. Comer 8, Reeltown 6
Leeds 7, Ramsay 7
7:24 PM, Defense? We don’t need no stinkin’ defense: Both teams have scored both times they have had the football at Spartan Stadium. Mountain Brook gets another Cole Gamble touchdown – this one from 5 yards out – with 3:04 left in the first quarter to give the home team a 14-7 lead over Hartselle.
Also, Thompson leads Hoover 3-0 late in the opening period. Oneonta is up 13-0 over Deshler with 2:51 left in the first. Saraland leads Homewood 20-0 in the first after an 83-yard TD by Ryan Williams.
7:16 PM, A few early scores: Here are a few first-quarter scores:
Pleasant Grove 6, Arab 0
Fyffe 7, Tuscaloosa Academy 0
Randolph 7, Cherokee County 6
Gulf Shores 7, Faith Academy 0
7:10 PM, Randolph strikes first: The Raiders lead No. 10 Cherokee County 7-0 with 8:39 remaining in the first quarter in Huntsville.
Hartselle got a big play of its own to answer in Mountain Brook. Ri Fletcher broke free off right tackle for a 38-yard score with 7:47 left in the opening period. The teams are tied at 7-all.
7:03 PM, Well, that was quick: Cole Gamble strolls 53 yards up the middle for a Mountain Brook touchdown on the second snap of the game to put the No. 7 Spartans up 7-0 over No. 5 Hartselle in the Class 6A showdown at Mountain Brook.
6 PM, Big fight feel: One of this week’s biggest games takes place in Anniston where the undefeated and second-ranked Bulldogs host No. 5 Andalusia in the 4A quarterfinals. Andalusia is 11-1 with its only loss coming to top-ranked Montgomery Catholic.
Nobody’s Safe
Noon, No. 1 is Done: No. 10 Charles Henderson stopped No. 1 UMS-Wright just outside the goal line with 2 minutes left and upset the previously unbeaten Bulldogs 19-16 on Thursday at Troy’s Veterans Stadium. The Trojans advance to play the winner of tonight’s other 5A semifinal between Gulf Shores and Faith Academy next week. Read about the game here.
Lee-Scott celebrates an AISA AAA state title on Thursday at Cramton Bowl. (Tim Gayle | [email protected])
10:20 AM, Champions crowned: The AISA crowned its four champions Thursday in Montgomery, including the first 8-man champions. Winning the titles were Lee-Scott (AAA), Patrician (AA), Lowndes Academy (A) and Evangel Christian (8-Man). Read all about the games here.
Charles Henderson 19, UMS-Wright 16
Lee-Scott 35, Glenwood 21
Patrician 60, Clarke Prep 0
Lowndes Academy 24, Jackson Academy 8
Evangel Christian 38, Springwood 28
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